As Dahved reminded the crowd Tuesday night at B.B. Kings, Shaggy reigned supreme in 2001 with his album Hot Shot — he sold over 10 million albums worldwide (that’s diamond status) and was the top-selling music artist across all genres that year. That same year, Shaggy stole the show and shined bright like a diamond at the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special. I actually watched the special recently during one of my Saturday night “couching” sessions and was surprised by how entertaining Shaggy’s performance was. He looked like he was having the time of his life, syncopating his performance with his “bang-bang-bang” groin gestures and animated stage presence. Every smile, every wave of his hand, every sway of his hips shouted “star.” He was singing “It Wasn’t Me” but what was crystal clear was that Shaggy dem knew how to draw in a crowd and put on a performance.